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I am planning a project for my STX to install a new OEM spoiler with a back up camera.

I have already upgraded the head unit to the mygig RHR 730N and its working as expected. Next task is to find and install the wiring from the 730N to the trunk lid (I don't believe its there from the factory). After that, I'll tackle the spoiler installation.

I have 2 questions: 1. Does anyone know where I can order the oem wiring harness that connects the camera to the head unit? And 2. Is there anyone who has successfully done a new spoiler installation (no existing spoiler) that has some tips to share?

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In regards to question #2, I installed a spoiler on my 2013 SXT. No back-up camera, but the bumper did have back -up sensors. Anyway, the spoiler came with a template to lay out on your trunk, so you would know where to drill the holes. I think it was 5 plastic push pins in the middle, and two bolts on the outer ends. I no longer have this car, but the installation went well for me. I just wish I could remember where I bought the spoiler from to help you out.
 

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I don't believe there was an OEM backup camera, so you'd likely need something like


Not positive the OEM camera will interface. and OEM spoilers with camera are 2015+. It can fit your 2014, but you'd need to drill a hole for the wiring as well as locating pins. You might want to look into a camera that mounts above the license plate...you'll still need an interface for the radio as above

Or something like this:



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I have the sync lock pick in my 2010 Ford F150 and I would not recommend that route. It is tricky to use and the picture sucks. I am not sure if it's the screen in the original Sync system or the aftermarket camera, but the picture sucks so far. It is a pretty expensive way to add a camera to a stock radio.
 
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